Hostal Mare Nostrum
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... 160;We had such a good time staying with them and they were the best hosts. Bye Katie, Joseph and bonkers Sophie - hope to see you again soon! We caught a train from Mortlake and then changed at Clapham Junction for another train to Gatwick airport. We arrived at the South Terminal and then had to catch a shuttle to the North Terminal - it was all very easy. We checked in for ...
... of a touristy destination. To my surprise, they had a room ready for me when I arrived at 7:30 in the morning. I'm sure it I broke a cardinal sin of avoiding jet lag, but I stumbled in and went straight to sleep. I was beyond exhausted - the kind of tired where you feel nauseous and your head is throbbing. For that reason alone (and the great blackout curtains), this hotel gets 5 stars in my book.
After a wonderful nap, I did ...
... southwest of Barcelona, and conveniently near the airport. For a few Euros more than the Homestay room, we surprisingly find ourselves in a four star hotel, with our own bathroom and quiet accomodations. A good nights sleep is needed before Peter's 4:45 am shuttle to the airport. Kate is staying on for a couple more days in this area, and then will be joined by her friend Sally from Ephrata, Washington. Together, they will travel to Paris and Northern Germany for two and ...
... or food was as good as the regular dining room. The girls actually asked if we could go back to the dining room. The table stewards really cater to them and enjoy them. I forgot to write about the other day when we were on the tender boat returning to the ship from shore at Monte Carlo. The girls were seated next to a couple of the ship's crew from Indonesia. The crew members were asking Bailey and Hannah if their hair ...
14th May to 20th May 14th May to 15th May According to the Lonely Planets guide to Spain, 'Seville is a city with both beauty and soul', and they weren't half wrong. As soon as you enter the city the cool vibe hits you like a tonne of oranges and you may even experience an intense internal pressure to do the salsa down the street. Actually, we forget to mention in the previous week the time spent in the Seville Alcazar, Barrio Santa Cruz and the Plaza de Espana. This Royal ...